The EPC in Scotland

At the EPC we recognise that Scotland's emergency management community are looking for Scottish solutions to Scottish training and development needs.

So, we have consulted with our partners in Scotland and they have helped us to select a group of training courses from our prospectus to complement the training they provide for Scotland. We expect to expand this range of courses in future, but what we offer will always complement the training provided by our partners and not compete with them.

This selection of courses is delivered in partnership with:

  • Scottish Resilience Development Service (ScoRDS)
  • Scottish Multi-Agency Resilience Training & Exercise Unit (SMARTEU)
  • Emergency Planning Society (Scotland)

Key benefits of our training:

  • We will come to you to deliver these courses in your locations of choice;
  • This will be a real saving in travel and time away from work;
  • They are available in one or two day versions;
  • They will be fully contexualised for Scotland;
  • They will be designed around Scottish risks, the Scottish environment and your national political and resilience structures;
  • They will be delivered by trainers who really understand the Scottish situation;
  • We can also provide bespoke solutions for your very particular needs.

Courses for Scotland

Writing Contingency Plans

This course will give you the knowledge, skills and understanding you need to be an effective contingency plan writer.

Emergency Shelter & Evacuation Planning

This course will give you the skills to prepare large-scale multi-agency shelter and evacuation plans.

Planning for Mass Fatalities

This course examines the issues, guidance and good practice associated with planning for, and responding to, mass fatalities.

Preparing Emergency Plans for COMAH

This course examines good practice in planning for COMAH related emergencies and other major industrial accident risks.  It will ensure that you are at the cutting edge of good practice.

Business Continuity Foundation

This course provides a solid understanding of the building blocks and component parts of a robust business continuity management system, covering all 6 elements of the business continuity lifecycle.

Developing and Embedding Business Continuity Management

This course explores the activities required to embed business continuity into your organisation. It focuses on the importance of the business impact analysis (BIA) and reviews what makes an effective business continuity plan. It also explores how you can validate your BCM arrangements.

Crowd Modelling, Management and Movement

This course will develop your understanding and knowledge of crowd psychology and practical techniques to plan and manage safe pedestrian flow at venues.

Public Safety at Festivals and Mass Gatherings

This course will give you the skills you need to manage the safety of crowds at festivals and mass gatherings with a toolkit of good practice in the planning, organising and operating of events.

Public Safety at Shopping Centres

This course will give those with responsibility for the management of public safety in shopping centres the key knowledge, skills and awareness relating to the safety and security of the public.

Safety at Sporting Venues

This course will give you the skills to apply strategic integrated safety management in sports grounds and at other sporting venues.

Working in Safety Advisory Groups

This course will give you the knowledge and skills to be an effective member of a Safety Advisory Group.


Further details

Contact us for more information and prices.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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"The trainer obviously has a very good knowledge and answered questions helpfully."

E Palmer Fife Council

"Excellent course - very well delivered."

J Purcell Aberdeen City Council

"Good pace. Good level of tasks - a very enjoyable course."

J Boyle Glasgow City Council

"The trainer took the time to explain things well and embed the learning. I personally think he did a first class job through his excellent delivery style and interaction with the delegates."

D Finnie Fife Council